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Sassy Says: It is sad when a parent neglects to educate their children on social diversity and then feels awkward, due to their own ignorance, when it appears in their own living room. Educate yourselves and open your minds so that you do not raise close-minded bigot children. You are not helping your family or the future of the United States if you continue this cycle of hate and intolerance. Thank you.

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@diamonddunhill & @sassyrocks reunited in the exact spot where we met 14 years ago! #Boston #machine #lgbt #legendary #bffs #dragqueens #drag-onShowgirls

SassySays.com Sassy Gurl of the Day: Jackie 10 y/o boy who is happier dressing as a girl!

The Huffington Post reports:

 

Turns out there are parents in the news who do the right thing. Jennifer and John of Ohio have a transgender 10-year-old child, and they support Jackie’s decision to live life as a girl.

Since she was 18-months-old, “it was always dancing, dress-up, ” says her mother Jennifer. Jackie loved the color pink and wearing ballerina outfits. She wanted sparkles and pretty shoes.

So when Jackie was about two-years-old, Jennifer started looking on the Internet, she tells “Good Morning America.” That’s when she first learned about transgender and started to wonder.

Jackie’s sister, Sagan, was the first to ask if she really wanted to be a girl. “Yeah,” she told her sister.

And when Jackie was just ten years old, she went to her mom, crying. “I’m a girl and I can’t do this anymore,” Jackie said. Without hesitation, Jennifer said, “It’s gonna be okay.” There was no judgment or disappointment.

Jackie’s family abandoned the pronoun “he.” At first, they only let her wear girls clothing at home, but eventually allowed her to live as a girl full-time, at school and elsewhere. When asked, Jackie’s father John says he has two daughters.

But, not everyone in the family has been as accepting as Jackie’s parents. Her grandfather is resistant. “I can not accept that a nine or ten-year-old can make decisions for himself that will be life lasting,” he tells GMA.

Although Jackie’s parents worry about the future — things like puberty and how Jackie might be treated later in life at work — for now, they are focused on her happiness. When Jackie looks in the mirror, all she sees is “a girl that’s a person,” she says.

Jackie’s story will be part of ABC’s “Primetime Nightline’s (Extra)Ordinary Family" special, airing tonight, Wednesday, Aug. 31 at 10 p.m./9c.

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Watch my sista, Sahara Davenport’s NEW Music Video “Pump With Me”

With a special cameo by Manila Luzon! Pump it out ladies!

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Sassy interviews BRAVO TV’s and GLAAD Media Awards Host ANDY COHEN on the red carpet in New York City. 

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Sassy & Samara interview celebrities on the red BLUE carpet at the 2011 GLAAD Media Awards in NYC.

Interviews include: RICKY MARTIN, SANDRA LEE, RUSSELL SIMMONS, MISS USA 2010 RIMA FAKIH, NATHAN WILLIAMS and more!

Sassy Gurl of the Day: Miss James Franco

Best Actor Nominee and Oscars Host puts drag in Primetime.

Sassy’s *NEW* One on One Exclusive Interview with Margaret Cho.

Sassy & Samara host The Best Body Contest Every THURSDAY night @ Hombres Lounge in Jackson Heights, Queens, NYC! 85-28 37th Avenue @ 86th Street. Come check out the party everyone is talking about! Hot guys, sexy gurls and the most fun legally allowed by New York State!

Sassy & Samara host The Best Body Contest Every THURSDAY night @ Hombres Lounge in Jackson Heights, Queens, NYC! 85-28 37th Avenue @ 86th Street. Come check out the party everyone is talking about! Hot guys, sexy gurls and the most fun legally allowed by New York State!